Guest Post by Brit McGinnis “There will be a baby boom after coronavirus, and they will all be first children.” This quote has been circulating the Internet since mid-March, and unfortunately the source has been lost in the ether. But parents and non-parents alike have echoed this sentiment: quarantine with children in the mix is […]
Review by Erica L. Bergmann Long regarded as an outspoken advocate for those identifying as childfree, Marcia Drut-Davis is no stranger to controversy nor the challenges — as we learn in her new book, What?! You Don’t Want Children? Understanding Rejection in the Childfree Lifestyle — of living as an outlier.
Check out my latest guest appearance on World Population Balance’s excellent podcast Here! World Population Balance is in the midst of fundraising for a campaign called One Planet One Child, which seeks to educate and promote smaller families as a powerful strategy toward a sustainable population. In this podcast episode, we focus on One Planet, […]
In 2012… At the end of 2012, I put out an informal poll asking this question: How accepting is society of the childfree choice? I asked people to choose one of the following statements that best reflected their opinion:
Deadline was December 24th! Stay tuned for results! When it comes to the acceptance of the childfree choice, where do you think we are in the evolution of social change? At the end of 2012, I put out a poll asking this question. Read about the results of this poll Here. Help Take the 2019 Pulse […]
As this year comes to a close, it’s time to talk 2019 childfree trending! I’ve researched and tracked the childfree choice and those who make it for 20 years now, and can say that in the past year, online and everywhere the childfree community has continued to grow. This choice continues to be talked about […]
I sure remember loving Halloween when I was a kid. I loved figuring out my costume and carving a scary pumpkin.I had no clue of the roots of this holiday, and I bet that’s the case for most kids today. Of course I loved being able to run around the neighborhood with friends, stopping at every […]
Deadline was December 24, 2019 ~Stay tuned for results! Help Take the 2019 Pulse and Answer the Questions Below: Deadline to respond: December 24th! The first time I did this poll in late 2012, I received over 600 responses. Let’s beat that number this time. Please share!
Rebecca Traister’s recent piece on The Cut, “Our Fury Over Abortion Was Dismissed for Decades As Hysterical,” hits hard and directly as what we must do to fight for our reproductive rights in this time of aggressive abortion ban attempts, which ultimately seek to overturn Roe v Wade.
As Mother’s Day rolls around each year, I find myself of mixed minds. Don’t get me wrong; even more since she passed in late 2017, I love my mother and would celebrate her and how she raised my brother and me any day of the week. But as a childfree person, I have problems with […]